Sub-series MS 458/6/2/3 - Legal papers

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MS 458/6/2/3

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Legal papers

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  • 1866-1926 (Creation)

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1 envelope

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(26 September 1937-)

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(1) Marriage settlement of William Elliott and Evaline A Lucas, with related papers, 1866
(2) Probate of the will of William R Elliot, Lieutenant 29th Regiment [first husband of EA West], 1867
(3) Extract copy probate of Susan Ann Lucas, with details relating to Evaline A West underlined, 1879
(4) Certificate of death for Thomas Allen of Brighton as requested by Mrs West with letters [2], 1891-1893
(5) Papers relating to the Stammers Trust, including the copy will of Edward Stammers, 1910-1927
(6) Draft license granted by Mrs West to Mrs Carr for property in Brighton with associated papers, 1915-1926
(7) Annotated and damaged letter from the Public Trustee Office concerning a decision relating to the West Settlement Trust, 1916

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Edward Stammers (1788 - 1866) Born Brightlingsea, Essex, jeweller and silversmith of The Strand, London, maternal grandfather of Frances and Evaline Lucas. [Source: Anna Philpott]

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